I love these.
Ah, three months in New Zealand.
A Toast to the New Year
We find ourselves on the cusp of the New Year. The unfurling, elongated ribbon of time that stretches out before us until one day it will inevitably,
A few artsy shots of good ol’ Larry in New Zealand.
eclecticscollective asked: Where in the world are you now Adam ?
I’ve been in America for the past three weeks. Moving to Providence on January 1st. How about Mr. Kevin?
Calvin: If people sat outside and looked at the stars each night, I’ll bet they’d live a lot differently.
Hobbes: How so?
Calvin: Well, when you look into infinity, you realize that there are more important things than what people do all day.
My childhood. My life.
Contemporary sci-fi is in good hands. Between two names lies our trust that we will be delivered a good film.
Joss Whedon and J.J. Abrams.
Two men who followed similar paths to arrive at a similar place. But, can we really call one the greater? Read, share and enjoy this essay on the sci-fi creators we know and love.
Also, enjoy the artwork.
We’re still making kimchi, but the chronicles have taken us to a new hemisphere! Stay tuned for more from New Zealand where we’ll be WWOOFing and traveling for the next three months.
Currently, we’re working at Kawai Purapura, a retreat center. In exchange for this caravan accommodation, we work maintaining the property for three hours each day. Spring is an awesome time to work and play outside, making an extended vacation in NZ possible.
Everyone’s a phony.
Isn’t that right Mr. Salinger?
Ten years ago:
Someone is making a movie about you. Is that what you want? Ironically, the person who probably knows that answer best is the very man bringing you out into the world.
Shall we learn who you are or are you best left alone?
J.D. Salinger on a world of phonies. Read, share and enjoy this one.
Saturday Night Live is not going anywhere.
It is a show built on change. It is all about saying goodbye and welcoming the new.
That can never change.
Read, share and enjoy this essay on why SNL is here to stay. Also, farewell to the tremendous talents of Bill Hader, Jason Sudeikis, Fred Armisen and Seth Meyers and here’s to more great one’s to come.